Posted 06 January 2012 - 03:49 AM
Sorry, I can't find this anywhere.
I recorded a couple of short videos on my iPhone in portrait and when I try to make a video production (in Videowave) and turn them into landscape, there are 2 big black bands on each side of the videos.
Is there any way to crop or edit the black out or expand the video so that the video fills the whole screen?
I've tried them both as MOV and AVI and the result is the same.
If you do, all those good looking women will look very fat !
There is no way of filling the screen and still maintain the image purity. What you can do is to change the color of the black bars to something more appealing.
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